Monday, February 25, 2008
This past Sunday Annette sang in church, and so I thought I'd record it and post it. She performed the Watermark classic "Captivate Us," accompanied by our dear friend Hexel Hernando.
You may notice that the stage is bare- we are in the midst of a $350,000 remodel of our facility, which will include new carpet, new theater seats, and new projectors and plasma screens in the foyer. They've repainted the entire church, and we now have new tile throughout the hallways. It's looking really great.
Frank Hill is a dear friend and one of my favorite soloists from my choir. He sang "His Eye is on the Sparrow" Sunday morning in our Gospel service, and it was anointed. It was an all-around pretty good day for music, I must say.
Here's something you don't see everyday. Our church pulled out all our pews to make way for new theater-style seating. We asked for help following the morning service, and 77 guys showed up, and took 40 minutes to pull the pews, pull up the joints in the floor, and a few other minor moving jobs. We thought it would take the better part fo two hours. It was really pretty cool! The kids in the photo are my friends, from left: Cody Anderson, Katie Burford, and Marissa Mirsky.